AMT 1365 pushes a deadhead move over the Lachine Canal, on its way from Montreal's Central Station to the maintenance centre in Pointe St-Charles.
A dual mode under wire. The AMT (later the RTM and just recently rebranded as EXO) bought twenty dual mode ALP45-DP's (able to operate in both diesel-electric and straight electric mode) fr... (more)
Cranes behind Wellington Tower. A lot of construction is taking place behind the closed Wellington tower in Montreal judging by the cranes behind it, as AMT 809 passes the scene on its way ... (more)
Not much ice left. There's not much ice left in the Lachine canal as AMT 1365 leads the 1650 departure for Mont-Saint-Hilaire (AMT 814) over it.
Seen better days. Wellington Tower, out of use for about 15 years now is looking rather forlorn as AMT 1359 leads AMT 814 past it on a sunny evening.
Tracks over a bike path. AMT 1365 leads AMT 815 over the Lachine Canal. At right is the popular bike path which follows the canal.
Bound for Mont St-Hilaire. AMT 1365 is leading AMT 816 past the Wellington Tower. It is headed for Mont St-Hilaire.
Over the canal. AMT 807 from Mont St-Hilaire is crossing the Lachine canal with dual mode engine AMT 1365 pushing (BBD ALP-45DP).
A partially frozen basin. AMT 1365 is pushing AMT 807 from Mont St-Hilaire past the partially frozen Peel Basin in Montreal. It is passing the out of use CN Wellington tower.
The Peel Basin is missing some water. The Peel Basin in Montreal has been drained of much of its water, something that happens most autumns. Passing the basin is AMT 807 with AMT 1365 pushi... (more)
AMT 1365 is about to stop at Montreal West station during the morning rush hour.
Passing the decrepit Wellington Tower. AMT 1365 is deadheading to Montreal's Central Station during the middle of the evening rush hour. It is crossing over the Lachine Canal over wh... (more)
AMT 809 is passing Peel Basin with AMT 1365 pushing.
AMT 1365 is pushing a deadhead movement over the Lachine Canal, later the train will depart for the south shore on the Mont St-Hilaire line. The bridge to the left used to be CN's entry point to t... (more)